KTIV News 4 and Tree of Love partners go to Hartington, Nebraska

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HARTINGTON, Nebraska (KTIV)- News 4 Today squad, Al Joens, Michelle Schoening, and Meteorologist Jaret Lansford were in Hartington, Nebraska, with Thursday’s Tree of Love sponsor, the Bank of Hartington.

They spent time with the staff and clients at the Hartington Care and Rehabilitation Center, where they sang Christmas carols with the Cedar Catholic High School Choir.

We understand they ate their fair share of cookies, while gifts were distributed.

Once again, we thank our Tree of Love partners for helping KTIV News 4 spread the holiday spirit throughout Siouxland.

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